This is an animation I made inspired by the Numberphile video "Sandpiles". Every square can hold up to 8 'sand' and once it goes over that it will topple in a knight's pattern.
/r/mathPossible Aperiodic Tiling with one connected shape?
/r/mathMy roommate and I did some research on the superabundant numbers over the past year and put it all into a video!
/r/mathI redid my video on Laplace transforms thanks to the feedback from this sub, hope this is helpful!
/r/mathPredators and Prey - Numberphile
/r/mathI wrote a few DFT functions in C#/Unity last night and applied them to a 1000-point line-renderer. I'm a math noob so this felt very good! (More in comments)
/r/mathIterating the Average of a Function!
/r/mathHamming codes, h■w to ov■rco■e n■ise.
/r/math3blue1brown - Hamming Code Part 2
/r/mathWhy is there no equation for the perimeter of an ellipse‽ [Matt Parker]
/r/mathHow did Ramanujan solve the STRAND puzzle?
/r/mathThere already was a different concept called an arithmetical lattice
/r/mathI don't know if you guys know about #megafavnumbers, but here is my video. It would be great if one of you could find a better number than I did!
/r/mathRendering Hyperbolic Spaces - Hyperbolica Devlog #3
/r/mathMegaFavNumbers - 2,147,483,647
/r/mathJohn von Neumann Prize Lecture: Nick Trefethen, “Rational Functions”
/r/mathGabriel Lamé's Theorem: A running time analysis of the Euclidean Algorithm - First practical application of Fibonacci numbers... This is the third video, continuing from 2 introductory videos related to Fibonacci numbers. Feedback is much appreciated :-)
/r/mathDo Storks Deliver Babies? - Numberphile
/r/math[OC] How local message passing between nodes leads to pleasing graph layouts
/r/mathThe Brussels Choice - Numberphile
/r/mathWhy I love 808,017,424,794,512,875,886,459,904,961,710,757,005,754,368,000,000,000
/r/math569936821221962380720 - Numberphile
/r/mathI made this app during my internship at a company. Wondered if people are interested.
/r/math[OC] Mathematical Sculptures: generate custom parametric surfaces
/r/mathTransparent rotating Menger Sponge
/r/mathSquares and Tilings - Numberphile
/r/mathA farey sequence visualization. It shows how many steps did it took for the sequence to arrive at a specific fraction. Red = small no. of steps, black - large number of steps. The image goes for ~700 numbers
/r/mathThe Mandelbrot Set - Trajectories of the orbits on the real number line.